Nonna Ninetta Chitarra Pasta Cutter with Stainless Steel Strings, Cream
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- Two sides are included, one for angel hair (about 3mm) and another for fettuccini (5mm)
- Strings are made of stainless steel; body of the chitarra is made of beechwood
- Dimensions: 31/2" h x 19" l x 81/2" w
- Artisanal product; Hand wash recommended
- 100-Percent made in Italy; imported y Tomson casa
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Nonna Ninetta is an Italian company based in Lago Maggiore, north of Milan; all Nonna Ninetta products are made with passion without compromising quality; products are made with the finest Italian craftsmanship. Nonna Ninetta Chitarra (pronounced key-tahr-rah) pasta cutter is a pasta maker believed to have been invented in Chieti, Abruzzo region in central Italy around the 1800's. Meaning 'guitar,' a chitarra looks like a double-sided harp, with strings set close on one side, farther on the other. In then center of the device is a slanted board, designed to allow the cut pasta to slide off easily once it's been cut by the strings. Simply use a rolling pin, flattening and pressing the dough through the wires. Traditionally chitarras have been made with iron strings; with time they get rusty and loose their sharpness; the Nonna Ninetta chitarra strings are made of stainless steel to ensure durability and functionality